What is the difference? Whom/Who
7 months ago
Who is subjective. It refers to the person who performs an action. i.e. 'Who went to the show?' 'Who drank the water?' Whom is used as an object of a verb or preposition. It usually comes after the word 'to' and tells you which person is receiving the action i.e. 'To whom it may concern' (Start of a formal letter/email) 'To whom did you give your phone?' 'To whom is that boy running?' 'Whom did we fight?'
6 months ago